O. Wesley Allen, Jr.
Lois Craddock Perkins Professor of Homiletics
Ph.D., Emory Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1996; M.Div., Yale Divinity School, 1990; B.A., Birmingham-Southern College, 1987
:: The Physics of Worship: An Introduction to Mainline Worship (Abingdon, forthcoming in 2017).
:: Biblical Preaching Handbook, editor (Westminster John Knox, forthcoming in 2019)
:: Preaching in the Era of Trump (Chalice Press, 2017)
:: Preaching and the Human Condition (Abingdon, forthcoming in 2016)
:: The Sermon without End: A Conversational Approach to Preaching, co-authored with Ronald J. Allen (Abingdon, 2015)
:: Moving Beyond Heterosexism in the Pulpit,& co-authored with Emily Askew (Cascade, 2015)
:: Matthew, Fortress Biblical Commentaries (Fortress, 2013)
:: Reading the Synoptic Gospels: Basic Methods for Interpreting Matthew, Mark, and Luke, Revised and Expanded (Chalice, 2013)
:: Determining the Form: Structures for Preaching, Elements of Preaching Series (Fortress, 2008)
:: Preaching and Reading the Lectionary: A Three Dimensional Approach to the Liturgical Year; (Chalice, 2007)
:: The Homiletic of All Believers: A Conversational Approach; (Westminster John Knox, 2005)
:: Good News from Tinyville: Stories of Heart and Hope (Chalice, 1999)
Ordained elder, The United Methodist Church, Indiana Annual Conference; Past President of the Academy of Homiletics; Co-Series coordinator of the Westminster Homiletics Monograph; Editor of Elements of Preaching series, Fortress Press, 2007-09; Chair of the Hermeneutics and Biblical Studies Group, Academy of Homiletics, 2003-06; Steering Committee for the Bible and Homiletics Consultation, Society of Biblical Literature, (2004-06).